Workwear. Wow what a concept.
Remember shoes? And suits and blazers? These are just memories of yore now that we’re under a global pandemic lockdown.
Loungewear is the new office attire. And seeing as our pets are now our colleagues, it’s only right they dress for the part.
Enter Missguided. The fashion retailer is offering matching loungewear for you and your dog so you can both work from home in style.
Stunt on your neighbours on your daily government-sanctioned walk or just do it for the ‘Gram.
From doggie jumpers to hoodies and T-shirts, Missguided can turn your pet into the most extra pooch around.
If you love Prince then you’ll love the Purple Rain slogan tees.
You can put your feet up and get cosy with your pooch in these graphic tees that will set you back £8 for the dog t-shirt, and £18 for the similar adult version. The dog hoodies are available in size small, medium, and large.
What size is my dog?
Small: chihuahua, mini dachshund, small yorkie
Medium: Jack Russell, border terrier, yorkie, mini schnauzer, pug, mini poodle, cavalier, cocker cpaniel, dalmatian
Large: large Westie, large cocker spaniel, beagle, old English sheepdog, rottweiler
You can also opt for a Missguided slogan hoodie for £8. Choose a colour for yourself and one for your pooch. They even have matching sweatshirts in the same style.
Dragon print is in right now and you can twin with your dog with this trendy dragon embroidered bodysuit for £22 and its dog counterpart for £7.20 (which is a hoodie).
Clearly people are loving the stuff as some of the items are already out of stock. But be sure to check the Missguided website to see when they replenish their stock.
If you don’t care about matching but still want to see your beloved pet in cute lil garms, then Missguided has a doggie clothing section you might enjoy.
Whatever you decide to dress them in, don’t forget to share the snaps.
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